Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation is urging its communities to get vaccinated after a positive case of COVID 19 was confirmed in Broken Hill today.
The community is invited to the launch next Wednesday 22nd May of the Maari Ma Deadly Blues partnership which will include Rugby League legend and former NSW State of Origin player Nathan Blacklock, who is a Deadly Blues Ambassador, and Deadly Choices Ambassador, Ian Lacey.
Talented local Indigenous rugby players will have the chance to try out for the 2024 Olympics in Paris thanks to a partnership between Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation and Deadly Choices – a health promotion initiative of the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health in South East Queensland.
Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation has been announced as one of four finalists in this year’s National Dreamtime Awards for its work helping to improve the lives of Aboriginal people in western New South Wales.
A Broken Hill youth worker who pulls out all stops to help young Aboriginal people in every way possible has been named this year’s Youth Worker of the Year at the 2018 NSW Youth Work Awards.
Broken Hill’s early childhood education and care sector and child & family services are once again working together to celebrate Children’s Week which is held from 19th - 28th October.
A unique approach to Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation’s Youth Health program has been given a big tick of approval by both its participants and staff running the program following an evaluation.
Wednesday 15th November is international World COPD Day and staff at Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation will be raising awareness of the lung disease at the Primary Health Care Service in Broken Hill.
Next week is national Children’s Week and Broken Hill early childhood education and child and family services are working together to implement a week of activities to celebrate children and highlight the importance of their right to play.
Having a good idea is one thing, but implementing it and succeeding is another. However, a strategy started more than a decade ago aimed at improving the lives of Aboriginal people in Far West New South Wales has had the winning combination of a good idea and the right people to bring about positive change.